In 20th century U.S. slang, "kimchi" was occasionally used in the phrase "in deep kimchi" (particularly by veterans of the Korean War), a euphemism for "in deep trouble" and was used in a number of awkward situations.
Stop right there!! You're in deep kimchi young man!
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A way to say that you're in deep shit. Some Korean War vets used the phrase at times.
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Slang for "In deep trouble" or "In deep shit."
In Korea, people would bury cabbage deep underground in a pot and put a lid over it. They'd keep the cabbage burried until it fermented and turned into Kimchi. When they un-dug it, the Kimchi would smell very foul. Many Korean war vets began to use the expression In Deep Kimchi for when they were in trouble.
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Kimchi is an extremely hot Korean fermented cabbage. It is something you do not want to find yourself in.
The deeper it is buried in the pottery in the ground while fermenting, the hotter it is.
To find one's self in in deep Kimchi is to find one's self in deep shit.
When John was caught peeping at the principal's wife, he was in deep kimchi.
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